We look forward to connecting with you at the 2022 New England Library Association conference in Manchester this October. In anticipation, we invite attendees and member libraries to receive 30% off selected titles, and free shipping with promo code MAS071.
In 2017, the University of Massachusetts Press launched a new imprint, Bright Leaf, which publishes insightful and accessible books about New England. Written for a popular audience, Bright Leaf titles tell stories—about New England’s history, culture, and environment, and about New Englanders themselves. Treating topics that range from the history of slavery and whaling to architecture, birding, and the natural world, Bright Leaf books entertain and inform. It comes as no surprise that these titles have received awards and garnered attention from major media outlets like the Boston Globe, The Portland Press Herald, Publishers Weekly, the New York Times, Book TV, NPR, VPR, and New England Public Media.
If you are interested in booking events with our authors, please contact Courtney Andree at [email protected].
Fine print: MAS071 expires on October 31, 2023.
30% OFF AND FREE SHIPPING WITH PROMO CODE MAS071
The Long Fight to Restore Lost Connections
How I Learned to Admire My Weeds
The Love Story of F. O. Matthiessen and Russell Cheney
The Untold Story of the Friendship between Helen Keller and Journalist Joseph Edgar Chamberlin
Murder, Race, and Boston's Struggle for Justice
The Story of James Otis Jr. and Mercy Otis Warren
Roots and Revival in New England Folk Music
The Brief and Brilliant Life of Boston's Million Dollar Amusement Park
Historic Houses of Central and Western Massachusetts
Exploring Massachusetts through Birds
Black Lives, Native Lands, White Worlds
A History of Slavery in New England
A Yankee Whaler in the Slave Trade
Historic Houses of Eastern Massachusetts
Boston's Twentieth-Century Bicycling Renaissance
Cultural Change on Two Wheels
A Guide to Marvelous, Must-See Museums
Williamstown and Williams College
Explorations in Local History
Architecture, Politics, and the Design of Boston City Hall
The Untold Story of the Workingman's Boston Marathon
The Meanings of Home in a New England Town